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The Deer Trail Information Centre is located at the junction of Hwy. 17 and Hwy. 108.  The Centre is open during summer months, from the long weekend in May to October, 7 days a week from 10am-6pm.  At the Centre you will find interpretive walking trails that give extensive information about the white-tailed deer that inhabit the area.  The well-groomed trail and beautiful bridges provide an enjoyable walk. 


Definitely worth a look, are the exquisitely detailed, lifelike statues of deer that can be seen as you are driving up.  For your comfort there are picnic tables, washrooms, a payphone and a playground area for the children.  With plenty of parking and enough room for R.V.'s it is a perfect stop along your journey. 

The Information Centre is the starting point of the Deer Trail Discovery Tour that will take you on a stunning 120 km (72 mile) journey through some of the most magnificent unspoiled landscapes of the north.  The triangular route travels to Elliot Lake and north through Mississagi Provincial Park, then turns south as it follows the Little White River down to Iron Bridge and then makes its way back east through Blind River, Algoma Mills, and Spragge.  A map is provided to show the route of this magnificent adventure.